When we got to the table, the pot was already built with many chips of various colors, and Isham was facing a 225K bet that effectively put him all him.
After some thinking, he decided to commit the rest of his chips to the pot, and Gary Lucci showed a set of 5s, hit on the turn. Isham’s ace-ten had hit a second pair on the flop, and we can imagine that much of the chips had been pushed before the turn came out, hence the grunt that our 6th place finisher let out.
Isham Yamani took $740. Olivier Lamarre finished shortly after, and his 5th place is good for $940.
They both add a handful of Bounties to their winnings. Good job!